Local roundup: Lake Forest falls to Del. Military in 12-inning softball game

Lake Forest High and Delaware Military went 12 innings before the Seahawks finally posted a 4-3 victory in a nonconference softball showdown on Saturday afternoon.

Katie Stahre pitched a five-hitter with 16 strikeouts for the Spartans (2-1).

The contest went into extra innings tied at 1-1 after each team scored a first-inning run. Lake Forest’s Brooke Glanden had a double for the only extra-base hit of the game.

The Spartans finished with six hits.

Woodbridge 24, Design-Lab DE 0: The Raiders used an 11-run second inning to roll to the nonconference win.

Pitcher Erin Carey earned the win for Woodbridge, which had six doubles in the game.


BOYS, Cape Henlopen 15, Archmere 9: The Vikings tallied 10 of the game’s first 11 goals before registering the victory.

GIRLS, Cape Henlopen 11, Queen Anne’s Md. 7: The Vikings built an 8-3 halftime lead before improving to 4-0.

Cape Henlopen has won 14 games in a row since an 11-9 loss to Queen Anne’s last April 22.

College baseball

Hofstra 11, Delaware 1: The Pride used a six-run seventh to break open a 3-1 game as the Blue Hens (2-3 CAA, 13-14 overall) lost their fifth game in a row.

Junior Kyle Hinton (3-3) took the loss for the Hens, pitching into the seventh inning. The righty allowed five runs and tied his career high with 10 strikeouts.

College lacrosse

MEN, Frostburg State 11, Wesley 2: Josh Wassum and Zach Weitzel scored goals for the Wolverines in their CAC loss.

Zach Darnell paced the defense with three caused turnovers and three ground balls. Adam Tewey caused a pair of turnovers while Zach Farnell scooped up four ground balls in the loss.

Goalie James Cella stopped 10 shots and picked up four ground balls in three-quarters of work.

College golf

UD women in third place: The Delaware women’s golf team fired rounds of 309 and 306 to finish the day in third place following Saturday’s opening two rounds of the Harvard Invitational.

Princeton leads the 11-team field with a 605 score, followed by Harvard at 610 and Delaware at 615.

Blue Hen sophomore Ariane Klotz carded a five over par 76-73-149 on the par 72, 6,138-yard Heron Course at The Oaks Club, ending the day tied for third place in the individual standings.

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